Forme strikes three year deal with Notts and Derby Cyclo-cross League

The Moore Large-distributed bike brand Forme has entered into a three-year partnership with the Notts and Derby Cyclo-cross League.
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The Moore Large-distributed bike brand Forme has entered into a three-year partnership with the Notts and Derby Cyclo-cross League.

The league, which has 32 affiliated clubs and around 500 registered riders, including riders from rival counties, will feature Forme branding at each of the 11 events. Attendees and riders will also find Forme bikes on display, along with a crew of experts to discuss the range.

NDCXL chairman Gavin Hardwicke commented: "We're all excited to be working with such a strong, local brand who is as passionate about cyclo-cross as we are. The league has experienced fantastic growth in recent years, and the partnership with Forme will help to continue that momentum and maintain our position as one of the strongest, best run, and most enjoyable leagues in the country."

Forme's sponsorship announcement follows the brand's recent countdown to cross campaign for the impending arrival of the Calver frameset, which Moore Large claims will be the lightest aluminium disc-brake equipped frame on the market, weighing in at 1.2kg. The Calver frameset is designed for the specific demands of a cyclo-cross race.

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